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Thread: Pukeko and "Sensitive bird caring frustrated gardener" problem.

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    Still dose not solve this problem though, don't think and electric fence would work sorry. We have one around our phesant pen to keep the foxes out and the birds don't get shocked.
    What about a sprinkler hooked up to a motion sensor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Don't laugh too hard at that kotuku had an old mate in Joburg that was sick of getting burgled.
    So got him selve two rottys. Got them trained up by the attack dog training centre that they have there.
    Went away on holiday, cut a small hole in the neighbouring fence so that his good neighbors could feed them through this so that they did not have to enter the property. All good for the first few days......then the dogs would not eat
    So neighbour calls the training centre (mate was out of cell phone coverage in Mozambique and had left instructions to not enter the property if there was a problem but call TC).
    Guy from the centre comes around, enters through side gate. Dogs bound up and meet him. He told the owner latter that they looked very healthy and could not see why they had not eaten?
    Goes round the back of house and finds the back door open. Looks into the kitchen see one very scared looking dude sitting up on top of the fridge second dude was under the table.....only half of him was leftoh so that's why dogs where not hungry
    Had very glossy coats though.
    Yarns said it made picking up there poo very interesting
    I might be a sick bastard, but I enjoy stories like that.
    Bet the dude on the fridge has a career change after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Don't laugh too hard at that kotuku had an old mate in Joburg that was sick of getting burgled.
    So got him selve two rottys. Got them trained up by the attack dog training centre that they have there.
    Went away on holiday, cut a small hole in the neighbouring fence so that his good neighbors could feed them through this so that they did not have to enter the property. All good for the first few days......then the dogs would not eat
    So neighbour calls the training centre (mate was out of cell phone coverage in Mozambique and had left instructions to not enter the property if there was a problem but call TC).
    Guy from the centre comes around, enters through side gate. Dogs bound up and meet him. He told the owner latter that they looked very healthy and could not see why they had not eaten?
    Goes round the back of house and finds the back door open. Looks into the kitchen see one very scared looking dude sitting up on top of the fridge second dude was under the table.....only half of him was leftoh so that's why dogs where not hungry
    Had very glossy coats though.
    Yarns said it made picking up there poo very interesting
    ....sooo the dogs had had a gutsfull of the dudes on the tables mate by then .....


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    Nar he was for latter Ron

 

 

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